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Java SE 8 and Java EE 7 in Production at TecSinapse

One of the most important things to do at this stage of the life-cycle of Java EE is highlight successful adoption stories at a regular cadence. We have been doing just that for a long time through our adoption stories blog, this humble blog as well as JavaOne. Indeed JavaOne 2016 was particularly good in this regard. We had a number of solid adoption stories submitted that we could select from. A nice adoption story presented at JavaOne 2016 was from TecSinapse. The session...

Monday, February 29, 2016 | JavaOne | Read More

Revamping the Security API in Java EE 8

JAAS, JASPIC, JACC. If those acronyms do not sound familiar, you are in good company. I have been developing with Java EE for almost two decades and I was not terribly familiar with them until I seriously started thinking about revamping Java EE security in the early Java EE 7 time frame. Those are the three main Java EE related standard APIs that have remained largely unchanged since the J2EE era. That is until the Java EE Security API aimed for Java EE 8. The reason I mostly...

Monday, February 8, 2016 | JavaOne | Read More

Migrating from Tomcat to Java EE and TomEE at Dassault Systemes

One of the most important things to do at this stage of the life-cycle of Java EE is highlight successful adoption stories at a regular cadence. We have been doing just that for a long time through our adoption stories blog, this humble blog as well as JavaOne. Indeed JavaOne 2016 was particularly good in this regard. We had a number of solid adoption stories submitted that we could select from. We will highlight all of those stories here in the coming months. A particularly...

Monday, January 25, 2016 | JavaOne | Read More

AngularBeans: Java EE 7/CDI Integration with AngularJS

In the highly volatile world of JavaScript frameworks, AngularJS has managed to maintain a lead at least for now. The good news for Java EE developers is that Java EE generally and Java EE 7 in particular works extremely well as a back-end for frameworks like AngularJS. To see why this is you need not look much farther than my talk on the topic and the corresponding example code (the code is deliberately self-contained with setup instructions so that you can explore it in...

Friday, January 22, 2016 | JavaOne | Read More

Meet SnoopEE, a Discovery Service for Java EE

SnoopEE is a very interesting grass roots open source Java EE ecosystem project. Akin to NetFlixOSS Eureka it enables microservices discovery, lookup and registration. SnoopEE is developed by Java EE advocate, JCP expert, speaker and blogger Ivar Grimstad. Ivar presented on SnoopEE at JavaOne 2016. One very nice aspect of Ivar's talk is that it actually discusses the basic motivation for service discovery and SnoopEE instead of simply covering the features of the project. You...

Friday, January 8, 2016 | JavaOne | Read More

JavaOne 2015 - Another Year, Another Step Forward

JavaOne 2015 San Francisco was held October 25-29. I think this was another great year for JavaOne. It is always a privilege to try to do justice to the crucial role of Java EE track lead. I'd like to share my thoughts, observations and experiences at JavaOne 2015 from that perspective. I'll also share all the materials that I presented at JavaOne. Besides helping organize the conference, I participated in the very cool community keynote celebrating twenty years of...

Tuesday, December 22, 2015 | JavaOne | Read More
 

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